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CNN Production Supervisor Caught on Tape Hoping Trump Dies Soon

Gerald Sisnette, a production supervisor at CNN, has apparently been caught on video saying coverage of President Trump will only wane after he dies, something he says will happen “hopefully soon.”

Video released by Project Veritas shows a variety of CNN staffers complaining about the network’s anti-Trump coverage, lamenting the days when their employer was a world leader in actually delivering the news.

The videos show employees complaining that CNN, under the leadership of Jeff Zucker, is not “what it used to be” and had become “the Trump network.”

Sisnette’s commentary takes these feeling to the extreme.

“This is a story that’s not gonna go away,” the network supervisor laments. “The only way this will go away is when he [Trump] dies.”

He added, “Hopefully soon.”

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An Internal Revolt?

While familiar faces at the network, such as lapdogs Brian Stelter, Oliver Darcy, and Chris Cillizza follow their anti-Trump marching orders, many people featured in the videos are not as obedient … at least behind closed doors.

Patrick Davis, Manager of Field Operations at CNN complains, “We could be so much better than what we are.”

“We used to cover news,” Scott Garber, a Senior Field Engineer at CNN complains. “We used to go out and do stories … But Trump is more important.”

“It’s the Trump Network, dog,” Mike Brevna, a Floor Manager says. “It’s like everything is all Trump … they not even thinking about anybody else. They sold themselves to the devil.”

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This Is CNN … And Every Other Major Network

This isn’t the first time a CNN employee has been caught openly wondering about the President’s death.

In December of 2016, even before he was sworn in as President, a crew for the network was caught on tape joking about Trump’s airplane possibly crashing.

During the segment, a producer off-air was relaying signals they would use when Trump’s plane arrived and when it had landed. That’s when the producer relayed a symbol to CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveuax for a different scenario.

“That means his plane’s crashed … just kidding,” the individual can be heard saying, while Malveux smiled and stared into the screen wide-eyed.

CNN would later apologize for the comment after the producer was caught, saying the remark was “unfortunate and inappropriate.”

Additionally, just days into his presidency, CNN ran a segment about what would happen if President-elect Trump was killed before or during his inauguration, either by a terrorist attack or assassination attempt.

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Aside from the countless celebrities who have made assassination references in regards to Trump, some other mainstream personalities have been caught as well.

Jemele Hill, former ESPN anchor and current columnist for ‘The Atlantic,’ made an assassination reference during President Trump’s State of the Union address this past year.

During a livestream of former President George H.W. Bush’s services this past December, a pair of reporters for ABC News made off-color jokes about what they imagined a future funeral for President Trump would look like.

Just months earlier, the New York Times published an article that fantasized about the Secret Service assassinating President Trump.

Rest assured that if anything drastic were to happen to President Trump or any member of his family, employees at CNN and every other major network will be celebrating.